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♪ baby baby baby ooh >> well, it was a baby who came into the world unlike any we have ever seen before. >> a texas father videotaped the moment his wife went into labor, recording every single second of her wild ride to the hospital. and her not quite making it to the delivery room. making this our "favorite story of the day." >> abc's linsey davis has a report that we caution you it is a bit difficult to watch. >> ow! >> reporter: child birth is often videotaped. >> ow! >> reporter: but not quite like this. >> oh. >> reporter: this gopro camera strapped to troy dickerson's head was intended to document the ride to the hospital with his pregnant wife kristin. but it captured so much more. >> we have to get me there now.
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>> i'm going. i'm going. >> i knew i wanted to get this birth on camera. no idea this would happen. >> reporter: almost two weeks past her due date with contra contractions fast and strong, kristin knew she didn't have much time before their baby arrived. >> i knew there was no way i would make it. i felt his head crowning. >> watch as troy high tails it to the hospital. >> his head is right -- >>. >> reporter: they arrive at the hospital. it's too late. right there, outside the hospital -- >> get a doctor out here now! >> a curbside delivery. >> i got him. i got him. he's perfect. >> as soon as the little bit of shock wore off in the beginning i just felt really relieved for him to be in my arms and be healthy and see his face. >> i love you. oh, baby. >> we've got that on video. ha-ha. >> linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> he has a response that any dad would have. i got that on video! >> the mother which is like, you
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got that on video? i'm in pain. >> i'm telling you. well the baby boy is truette. the couple has two other sons. >> is it crazy, but i would have loved to have had a labor that was just quick and baby got out of there. >> dropped -- >> that's what you would want? >> yes, i would. my kids were always overcooked. i had to get pitocin and e vvic them. >> not easy. talk about quick. that's a little interesting. >> that's fast. >> you said, hey what about the guy getting the go pro that quick. >> something you would do, right. >> no. >> journalist. got a camera, ready to go, honey. >> no. off awe coming up, who snubbed, who got snubbed in the primetime emmy nominations. >> eye-popping christmas promo from a country music star that you might find a little creepy. from a country music star that you might find a little creepy. coming up next on "the skinny."
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♪ skinny so skinny >> time for "the skinny." topping this morning's headlines -- the primetime emmy nominations. >> i love it. leading this year's top entries, wildly popular and highly addictive "game of thrones" and "house of cards" helped netflix
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earn double nominations and "orange is the new black" and abc's "modern family" will go for the fifth win, a record currently held by frasier. >> emmy snub for a show on bbc america. in that show, the lead actress plays several clones. >> i dent know anything about the show. excite i'd will get a new show. >> start tivoing this. >> love it. next, heard it here first. reports are confirmed. rosie is back. headed to abc. >> that's right. co-host the view, it's been seven years since she left the show. joining the only remaining mainstay so far, whoopi goldberg. >> of course, donald trump couldn't resist weighing in. reportedly calling abc's decision to hire rosie back a good one. he is also saying he expects. thank you very much. appreciate that. also expecting a call any day now with an in vi tavitation ton to the show and duke it out once
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again. >> i'd watch. i'd watch that. beginning to look a lot like christmas on the beach. >> it's christmas crazy and a bit creepy as leeann rhimes, promotes her christmas tour, the lyrics are downright corny. ♪ minnesota, chicago, illinois, manhattan, kansas, englewood, new jersey, poughkeepsie, new york ♪ >> poughkeepsie, new york is a rhyme, i guess, leeann rhimes. a reality star as "leeann and eddie" premiere next thursday. an interesting video. >> uh-huh. >> i don't know. >>. ♪ terrytown, new york >> the city she is going to. >> christmas in july. and appropriate for any season.
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martha stewart. >> the d diva, giving us amazin bird eye views from her farm in bedford, new york. >> the shot showing her giant stone horse stable. >> a wide shot of the horse stable and surrounding paddocks. my gosh, looks like downton abby. >> it does. one of our favorites. straight ahead down in the flower garden. soon teach us how to care for our own drones. maybe show us how to make our own drones. >> drone cozy. a drone cozy. >> maybe borrow her drone to fly overhead abc and you guys could see what is going on during the day. >> flay over the set. how about that. >> do that. >> time to check out scelebrity birthdays now -- >> happy birthday to one and all. >> coming up, a look at this
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don't just vacuum clean . resolve clean. ♪ it's friday ♪ ♪ >> yes indeed it's friday. awe thought can only mean one thing. our weekly quiz. so what do you think made it into our weekly friday rewind? any guesses? well here it is. >> we are moving forward as quickly as we can to take these children from incarceration on the border to compassionate care here in dallas county. >> what we would like congress to do is act with the same sense of urgency and make sure that this administration has all of the necessary resources to deal with the situation. >> i don't believe he particularly cares whether or not the border of the united states is secure.
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that's the reason there has been this lack of effort, this lack of focus, this lack of resources. >> what would you say to the israeli police officers if you could speak to them now? >> i would say why would you attack me like that? >> we cannot compromise with death. we cannot compromise with rockets. we cannot compromise with this sort of a behavior. and we shall stop it. >> i was staring at the shark c eyeball to eyeball literally like right here. the most frightening thing, i could ever, anybody could ever experience. it's biting your chest and you are staring at it. >> it is a 43 angle to the right. and 45 degree angle down. the cars were dangling from the ride. it sounded like they were panicking. >> thank you for letting me within today. [ applause ] >> you're not imagining things, the final score line here is brazil 1, germany 7. >> translator: sorry, everybody.
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all of the brazilians. i just want to see my people smiling. ♪ >> we want to remind you about a special feature for four fans on facebook page. >> in case you missed it we compiled all the great moments from the week on "world news now." check it out on wnnfans.com. >> big weeken plans? >> sleep. >> actually, i will be on "gma" both days, filling in for ron claiborne. >> who is golfing he told me. >> he always golfs. >> a big golfer. >> a big golfer. what about you? >> i am going to go to the beach i think. i'm not a big beach person. if you give me a little shade and a couple sandwiches and maybe a beer. >> go surfing. >> sand castles with the kids. peanut butter and jelly. >> peanut butter jelly time. friday. >> that's how you do the dance, you've got it. >> announcer: this is abc's "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades. [ man ] look how beautiful it is.
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good morning. i'm ryan smith. >> and i'm reena ninan. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." >> investigators are trying to figure out if fireworks caused a deadly apartment fire north of boston. three children were among seven people killed early yesterday. the flames so intense some tenants had to jump. more details ahead. >> the man accused of killing six members of his ex-wife's family in suburban houston due in court today. ron haskell has a history of domestic violence. police say he would have murdered more relatives if the 15-year-old survivor had not warned them. >> there are a half dozen wildfires in central washington. this one the largest burned nearly 30 square miles in just two days. dozens of homes are threatened. and evacuations have been ordered. >> the first man to buy legalized marijuana in spokane,
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washington, this week claims he was told to take a drug test and fired from two part time jobs. he is now hoping for a job in the pot industry. those are some of our top stories on this friday, july 11th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." i always need a little extra help getting into the chair. >> i'm being polite. >> i appreciate it. we'll begin the half-hour with the tragic fire in massachusetts. seven people killed as flames engulfed an apartment building. >> investigators now looking into reports that fireworks may be to blame. abc's marci gonzalez reports on the frantic moments for those trapped inside. >> reporter: flames tearing through an apartment building near boston. families desperately trying to escape. >> i was waking up this morning to a little girl screaming for help. all i can hear is "help, help." i look out the window she is dangling out the window. they were getting ready to drop her to save her life. >> reporter: the fire in lowell,
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massachusetts, killed seven people including three children. all of the victims were in apartments on the top floor. trapped when the fire started. >> it's a tragic day for the city of lowell with the horrific fire. the entire city mourns the losses for those families. >> reporter: investigators say there was no sprinkler system and witnesses say they didn't hear any alarms. some of the 50 or so survivors say they barely made it out. >> the kids, dog, tried to goen front. the door was hot. right to the back. screaming. the flame was already through the back already, you know? [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: some jumping from windows. others waiting for fire fighters who bravely brought them to safety. >> -- about to faint. all of a sudden my kid came around me. daddy, i am okay. i'm right here. all filled with smoke. >> reporter: witnesses say there
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was some kind of explosion just before the fire. although investigators haven't been able to confirm that. reena, ryan. back to you. >> marci, thank you. the high-priced california prostitute accused in the heroin death of a google executive now under investigation in the death of another man. police in georgia say, alix tichelmann was dating the owner of a music club when she called 911 to report he died of a heroin overdose. they now say they're taking another look at his death. officers who shot and killed an unarmed connecticut woman in washington, d.c. last fall will not face criminal charges. miriam carrey was shot five times after a high-speed chase from the white house to the capitol with her baby in the back seat of the car. carrey was suffering from postpartum depression and psychosis when she drove into a check point and secret service and capital police did not use excessive force. >> president obama says the u.s. is ready to step in and negotiate a cease-fire in the middle east. the president spoke with israeli
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prime minister netanyahu expressing concern about the safety of civilians and urged both sides not to escalate the crisis any further and to restore calm. but the cross-border violence has now entered a fourth day. gaza militants fired more than 400 rockets against israel. israel has responded attacking more than 900 targets in gaza. israel has mobilize the 30,000 reservists as well around the gaza border for possible ground invasion. >> topping our health headlines -- the defense department is funding research. the first beneficiaries may be wounded soldiers. eventually it could help anyone who suffers a traumatic brain injury. researchers say it could provide a per firm ons enhancement for people without injuries and patients without alzheimers or epilepsy. >> violent storms in virginia sent several people to the hospital last night. powerful winds brought down trees and power lines around virginia beach. leaving more than 5,000 people in the dark. one man was driving when the
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wind picked up and his car was dropped next to a church. which had a steeple blown off. heavy rain caused some streets to be closed due to flooding. >> this rare water spout was spotted last night south of cape canaveral. it consists of wind and water mist in our dangerous to boaters. quite a sight for everyone else. two types of walter spouts. both are trouble. if they move ashore. >> here is a look at your weather. that whole region from the gulf coast all the way up into philadelphia will see scattered thunderstorms, although it will be dry further inland. severe storms in the great lakes region and across to the rockies, with heavy rain in the southwest. >> here is a surprise, high temperature thousands in los angeles and minneapolis today will be the same. the low 80s. chicago and detroit will be right around 80. and in the low 90s in the heart of the country. >> so, you can blame the weather for this year's disappointing mango crop. growers in south florida say their crop is significantly smaller than usual. the worst some of them have seen in seven years. they say heavy rain early in the
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season led to the setback. the mangos from foreign countries are smaller than usual as well. >> let's talk about taco bell. it's probably not your first choice for diet food. but the tex-mex chain making it easier to stick to the paleo diet. it introduces cantina menu with protein bowls under 500 calories and plans to introduce high protein breakfast items and vegetarian items. and the death of crumbs cupcake shops may be premature. an investor may take over. cnbc mark lemonis its heading the group and says that blaplan are not yet "fully baked" and sees crumbs expanding into sweets, not just cup cakes and hopes to bring back crumbs founders in some capacity. >> good news. airline that passengers love to hate is capitalizing on its image. spirit airlines will give you
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8,000 frequent flier miles for telling you, for you telling them why you hate it. or, 8,000 miles for saying what you hate about another airline. well, budget airlines has a website. cleverly called, hatethousandmiles. to collect the pet peeves. the giveaway limited to 1 billion miles or 125,000 rants. lebron james' decision where he is taking his basketball talents to could come at any time. james is expected to attend sunday's world cup final. and no one knows if that will affect the timing of any announcement. but as abc's ron claiborne reports, two cities are paying very close attention. >> reporter: as lebron james ponders his basketball future, and spend time at a children's camp in las vegas, his legions of fans can wait and wonder. in cleveland, especially, city he walked away from, four years ago, this is a moment of high drama. >> fans in north east ohio and elsewhere are hungry for an answer. >> reporter: for weeks now the room messieurs have been flying. lebron will take a pay cut and
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stay in miami to help them win a third nba championship. lebron is going home to cleveland where he began his career. >> is lebron, if lebron doesn't come with all this momentum that has been built like a second slap in the face. >> reporter: almost four years ago to the day that lebron james made "the" decision. >> i am going to take my talents to south beach and join miami. >> reporter: cleveland cavaliers' fans were enraged. this week clevelanders, weren a more forgiving mood. on this t-shirt, lebron's number 6, substituted for the g in forgiven. even the bitter rant penned by cavs' owner, dan gilbert when james left. he called it a shameless display of selfishness and betrayal. the word were scrubbed from the team's website earlier this week. there are a few clues about where james will ultimately end up. it appears to be cleveland. the cavaliers recently traded away play tires make room for the $20 million or so he would
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command. he and his family like it in the cleveland area. and we are told that he relishes the whole redemption going home scenario that would be involved in going back to cleveland. ron claiborne, abc news, new york. well, soccer's big match between argentina and germany is something of a rivalry game at the vatican. a pope face-off. that's because, pope francis is from argentina. and his predecessor, pope benedict is german. now a vatican spokesperson says it is unlikely the two men will watch the match together. why not? st some shops, are displaying flags from both countries. playing it safe. who is my favorite pope? let's aindividual thvoid that. the game its at 9:00 p.m. in rome. they are kind of elderly. is that fair enough off to say. but they're the popes. they they go to bed at 6:00. maybe tivo it. >> pep frope francis is a fan o
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argentina and teams. more of a fired up fan for soccer than pope emeritus benedict. >> face-off for the popes. this sunday. >> talk trash to each other? >> can't imagine them ever talking trash. love to see it if they do. >> very polite trash, perhaps. >> while talking soccer, you might remember the guy from the belgium team with the massive hair. >> oh, yes. there he is right there. one of the most recognizable names at the world cup. americans got a good look at his do in belgium, played the u.s. >> he shaved off the fro. there tips the proof. he plays manchester united coming to the u.s. on a preseason tour in a few weeks. you can see him for yourself then. >> why? >> you were so unique. now you look like a regular dude. >> i do thing it is important in soccer to have a little thing going. >> got to have a pro. david luis has one. we recognize him. >> maybe we should start a "world news now" campaign to get the fro back.
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>> there you go. >> you think. >> absolutely. that's going to happen. coming up. we cannot remember the last time we previewed two movies in our insomniac theater. with reviews this good. >> really, huh? >> ahead, dangerous wild animals kept by know torous drug kingpins. who is saving the animals in? a zoo like none other. >> big changes in the ]. fast aisle. enhancements you say soon see in your favorite cereal box. you're watching "world news now". ♪ ♪ i like i like cereal ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by hotwire.com. for up to 60% off,get a 4-star l even at the last minute. in the neighborhood where we wanna go? yes. you just won't the name until after you book. hmm. ooh. definitely. it's all about sleep. it's not all about sleep. yeah, well, for me it is. lucky me. ♪
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♪ we're going to the zoo >> well not exactly the kind of zoo you would look to take your kids to or yourself for that matter. >> that's right outside the city of cali, colombia, a collection of the most dangerous animals on earth abandoned or taken from drug kingpins. we are up all "nightline" with bob woodruff who takes us there. >> reporter: welcome to the wild king douchldom of school princi turned animal rights crusader. >> the animals love her. it is the way that they express their gratefulness to her. awe thought is something. >> reporter: many have been rescued from the harsh world of circuses and animal trafficking. take the flamingos into the airport. put them in the suitcase. swi squish them in there to smuggle them out of the country. but the most dangerous here are forgotten victims of colombia's
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never-ending drug wars. one time status symbols left behind by the country's drug lord after they have been arrested or killed. [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: if you did not do this what do you think would be happening to the animals? >> reporter: they would die. >> they would have to be killed. what we get here is what people don't want. >> reporter: she stops us to listen. those are the cries of jupiter. >> she is very, very, with this jupiter. loves her so much. >> reporter: jupiter can hear your voice. the giant 500-pound lie on who hasn't seen his new master in more than a week. but even her love can't undo some of the damage that has been
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done. >> you are going to see a lion that used to belong to drug dealers. they used to take him to parties and drug him. that's why, which means party. party animal. look at his eyes, eyes, like he is gone. he is looking but he is gone on a trip. >> reporter: the drug dealers who did this have yet to face charges. and while no animal has ever been shunned, she does refuse government financing. everything is paid for with private donations. and food donated from local grocery stores. but there is something else here. far more valuable. >> when you give them love look that do you think their health, their condition gets better? [ speaking foreign language ] >> reporter: while i am not ready to test her theory on two hungry tigers at feeding time it does seem a little love can go a long way. >> oh. he loves me too. for "nightline," i'm bob
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woodruff in cali, clm be yeolom. >> adorable. really is. man, they are doing great work down there. these animals are used as status symbols for so many. they take them in. look, a new lease on life. >> 800 exotic bird, monkeys, cats. and the look of sadness in that one animal's eyes. >> glazed over from being drugs. [ lion roaring ] >> that's what i do on weekend. this is what i do. beautiful. >> yeah, we'll be right back.
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. >> ♪ i like i like i like cereal ♪ >> you like cereal. >> a lot of americans like cereal. increasingly americans have not been liking cereal and hurting the bottom line for cereal makers including general mills.
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>> the company is hoping bringing changes to your breakfast table will provide this classic american staple. here's rebecca jarvis. >> reporter: general mills brushing up their balanced breakfast, adding protein and cutting gback on gluten. >> magically delicious. >> reporter: this week general mills announced plans to serve up changes this summer look pumping up the flavor on old favorites. it is a tactic that got more people cuckoo for cocoa puffs last year after they puffed up their chocolate flavor. >> they're advertising things as being flavorful and making people feel nostalgia about eating cereals such as lucky charms. >> reporter: with the protein trend, packing a punch, general mills is entering the ring adding cherrios protein and vanilla chex to their gluten free lineup. >> general mills is really sort
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of trying to compete with kelloggs in a big way. started adding protein to their cereals way before general mills did. >> reporter: 80% of americans are now eating breakfast at home. their top choice, cereal. last year americans bought more than $9 billion worth. >> cocoa puffs are chocolatey. >> reporter: rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. >> what do you think? >> i think it is interesting. the experts have weighed in on this a little bit. they say adding pro totein is na good idea. some times add low quality proteins that don't help. got to do what they do to boost the industry. i loved sugar corn pops. >> lucky charms, cocoa puffs, count chocula. i ate sugary cereals all the time. look what happened to me. they get upset. buy sugary cereals. >> mommy, mommy, let's go. >> captain churrunch. >> to this day reena loves
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don't just vacuum clean . resolve clean. ." ♪ >> time now for "insomniac theater," spot lighting two movies opening this weekend. >> i love the way it sound. i want to say it in a british accent. planet of the apes -- doesn't it sound right. sequel to the 2011 film "rise of the planet of the apes" a growing nation of apes is threatened by a band of human survivors of the devastating virus. both sides are brought to the brink of the war over who will emerge as the earth's dominant species. >> do they look like just apes to you? >> dad. >> malcolm what are you doing? malcolm. >> it's okay.
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>> go! >> right, scared by that? >> i am. >> remember caesar from the previous one. he is back. critics are loving the film. rotten tomatoes, 92%. thumbs up. peter howl peter howell of "the toronto star" is writing -- >> wow, a huge, i mean, that's, that's sag something. and it was tough finding a bad review. then this zinger by rafer guzman of "news day." the tone is dire, the visuals dark, and doomy, the pace epically slow. >> the first two would be a good thing for the movie. third one. >> all right. next, what could be the feel-good movie of the year "byhood" starri"b "boyhood." the ground breaking coming of age story of a child who grows up right before our eyes on the
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screen. the movie is described as both nostalgic, time capsule, and an ow ode to growing up and parenting. >> talk to me. samantha, how was your week? i don't know, it was tough. billy and i brock up. ellen is mad at me, saw me, remember the sculpture i was working on it was a uniadorn, the horn broke off, now a zebra. >> unanimous, critics love "boy hood" 100% thumbs up on rotten tomatoes. we couldn't find any battery views. in salon.com, there isn't anything else quite like boyhood in the history of cinema. and betsey sharkey of "los angeles times," an extraordinary intimate portrait of a life unfolding and an exceptional unconventional film in which not much else occurs, never has so little meant so much. >> incredible. well, that is our news for this half-hour. >> remember to follow us on facebook, wnnfans.com.
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this morning on "world news now" -- tragedy in texas. chilling new details about a suspected gunman who killed four children and their parents and the injured teenager who called police. >> she absolutely saved the lives of her family members. i mean, i, she is the hero. >> new details overnight from detectives and relatives. >> stepping in with dozens dead from escalating middle east violence. an israeli group ready to fight. the u.s. is making a move toward peace. tough questions for a family that was stranded at sea. desperate for help aboard their sailboat, hundreds of miles offshore. >> never in my wildest dreams would i think that we were going to be the people who had to be
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rescued. >> reporter: with a todd tiler k and communication cut off, the family is speaking out about their rescue. it's friday, july 11th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning. on this friday i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm ryan smith. good to see you. we were talking about lebron. >> why do you say i'm leaving and maybe coming back? >> we shall explain later in the show. it's a good one. watch out for that. let's start with this. we begin with the horrific killing spree near houston and the chilling new details about the man accused of murdering the couple and four children all relatives of his ex-wife. >> 33-year-old ron haskell set to be arraigned on murder capital charges. he has a history of domestic abuse. once accused of dragging his wife by the hair and repeatedly punching her in front of their kids. and just last week, haskell's mother called police saying he taped her to a chair, choked her and threatening to kill her for speaking to his ex-wife.
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now we go for more with ryan owens. >> reporter: a suburban community shattered. after a dinner time car chase wednesday. >> white male by the name of ron haskell he's considered armed and dangerous. >> reporter: paralyzes this quiet neighborhood north of houston a murder suspect finally stops in this cul-de-sac, for nearly four hours a standoff. the suspect with a gun to his head. police surrounding him in armored vehicles. 33-year-old ron haskell ultimately gives up and is charged with capital murder accused of executing six members of this family. >> i have not in 40 years seen a tragedy in one family this horrific. >> reporter: authorities say he tied up and murdered steven and katie stay and four of their young children. he also shot the couple's 15-year-old daughter in the head. she played dead until he left then called 911. telling police the suspect was headed to her grandparents' house to kill them too. officers got there first.
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>> she absolutely saved the lives of her family members. i mean, i, she is the hero. >> reporter: those grandparents issued this statement. we are grateful for this miracle. we are in awe of her bravery and courage and calling 911. an act that is likely to have saved all of our lives. she is our hero. and she is expected to be okay. the lone survivor from her family recognized the gunman who was dressed as a fed-ex delivery man because he is her uncle. police say haskell came here looking for his ex-wife. they just divorced on valentine's day. haskell had been arrested for assaulting his wife before and until last year she had a protectived orrer against him. not just his ex-wife. his own mother filed a domestic violence complaint against him just last week. still no one suspected the family that lived in this home with all of those young children might also be a target.
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ryan owens, abc news. investigators are trying to determine if fireworks are to blame for a deadly fire near boston. three children were among seven people killed when a three-story apartment building went up in flames in the middle of the night. many families escaped with moments to spare. some of them jumping out of windows and tossing their kids to safety. those who didn't make it were all on the top floor. >> it is a tragic day in the city of lowell. it is a horrific fire. the entire city mourns the losses -- for those families. >> witnesses say they heard fireworks exploding just before the fire. there was no sprinkler system. the building did have an alarm system, but tenants say they didn't hear it. >> a possible compromise on the immigration crisis turned into yet another round of partisan finger pointing. democratic leaders had hinted that they would go along with a republican demand for speedier deportations of minors arriving
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from central america. now key democratic senators are saying that so fast. and the president blames republicans for blocking his every move, but house speaker john boehner says it is all the president's fault. >> this is a problem of the president's own making. he has been president for 5 1/2 years. when he is going to take responsibility for something? >> you ask some of them -- "sue him. impeach him?" really? really? for what? you are going to sue me for doing my job? >> the republicans have made a move to sue the president. they're alleging that president obama changed the affordable care act without the approval of congress. a hearing in the house set for wednesday. >> president obama says that the u.s. is welling to negotiate a cease-fire between israel and hamas, and spoke to netanyahu
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telling him israel has the right to defend themselves. for now the side are still trading fire. israel's military says two soldiers were injured by shrapnel from mortar fire in southern israel and air lifted to a hospital within the last day. hamas militants have been taking aim at jerusalem and tef tl avi but the rockets were intercepted by the iron dome. >> an emergency meeting, the secretary-general ban ki-moon expressed concern about safety on both side. in bethlehem, the air was thick with tear gas as young palestinians battled with israeli soldiers. as abc reports, the unrest on the israeli streets is becoming part of everyday life. >> reporter: this is life under the iron dome. israel's defense system against rockets from gaza. so this is what happens when the sirens occur. for some it is a difficult
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choice, run for cover, or stay and watch. does it feel like there is a war to you? >> of course, i know there's a war. but i'm not afraid. i mean i feel sorry for the gaza strip, for gaza citizens. because they really suffer a lot. >> reporter: at least 150 of these rockets were launched out of gaza. the israeli military has fired back many more missiles. >> that's gaza! >> reporter: not a single israeli life has been lost during this operation. while in gaza scores have been killed. at this high school they're taking exams. and aiden is 18. this is the last exam of her senior year. she says she was nervous about coming. once this is over she will join the army, reservists have reported for duty. as the israeli military takes position on the edges of gaza ahead of a possible ground offensive. the question is whether israel's
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response is proportionate. it talks of precision tries on hamas targets. but in gaza they say many victims are innocent citizens. germany telling a top u.s. intelligence officer to get out. chancellor merkel, and others are upset the u.s. has been spying and listening in on merkel's cell phone calls. germany hopes expelling the station chief in berlin conveys displeasure without damaging relations. >> the trial to decide the future of the clippers is now on hold. the judge deciding matters between disgraced owner and donald sterling and estranged wife shelley delayed proceedings because two attorneys had vacation and wedding anniversary plans. the case will resume in ten days. that's well after the deadline set to complete the $2 billion deal to buy the team reached by shelley sterling and former microsoft executive steve
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ballmer. that deal could be extended a month. then the free agency of lebron james. fans in miami are waiting with baded breath to hear if james will stay with the heat. those in cleveland they're hoping james chooses to return to his native ohio and rejoin the cleveland cavaliers. james its attending sunday's world cup final. an announcement of his decision could come at any time. >> i don't get it. why is he leaving to come back possibly? >> the key is he is not leaving just yet. so what happened was he had a clause in his contract. said he can opt out of his deal. he had that to keep his options open. so what he is allowed to do is essentially become a free agent again. look around. do the same thing he did coming to miami. so i think the speculation is running rampant that maybe he can come back to cleveland. but, some say he couldened up back in miami. >> isn't that like a man to leave and tell you he wants you back again. well, moving on to our next story. >> ouch. >> just saying. just calling it. calling the kettle black, you
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know. the pot, what is the saying? >> the pot calling the kettle black. >> the pot calling the kettle black. could you completely quit facebook for several months? there has been an outrage over facebook using 700,000 customers as guinea pigs for social experiment. a dutch group wants volunteers to join its 99 days of freedom campaign and see how it affect their moods. with the user spending an average of 17 minutes a day on facebook, the group figures in 99 days you could save 28 hours. >> huh. >> okay. >> sometimes before doing a story we have to say please don't try this. yes this is one of the stories. >> what it happened on july 4th. a guy in wisconsin climbed down on a big construction crane and bungee jumped off it, 140 feet up and came within five feet of the ground on the way down. >> oh! >> they thought it was prlt funny. but the police didn't.
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the guy was dragged by the police and has a court date next month. he is hoping for just a fine. have to see. >> see what happens. coming of in "the mix," a personal transformation seen through seven years of selfies. >> garth brooks transformation from retired superstar to country singer headed for a comeback. you are watching "world news now." ♪ ♪ on a sleepless night ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by colonial penn life insurance.
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♪ ♪ come on baby and rescue me ♪ >> how apropos for this story. the couple whose family was rescued at sea three month as go speaking out about their epic fail of a family vacation. >> the two parents defending their decision to take the two young children on their voyage and are blaming their satellite phone carrier. here's abc's cecelia vega. >> reporter: they were a family stranded at sea. >> never in my wildest dreams would i think we were going to be the people who had to bre recussed. >> reporter: eric and charlotte kaufman and their two young daughters were 900 miles off the coast of mexico 18 days into their sailing journey across the pacific and the kaufmans were in dire need of a rescue. their satellite phone no longer worked. and their 1-year-old daughter
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lira was sick with fever and a rash. >> we grabbed the emergency physician indicating radio beacon and we activated it. >> we sat with no communication for 12 hours just waiting. >> you don't know that they received it? >> no idea. you push the button and hope it works. >> reporter: but help was on the way. national guardsmen parachuted out of a plane into the frigid waters, boarding the sailboat and stablizing lira. doctors believe she had typhoid or salmonella. >> the word that kept coming up about your trip was the word reckless. what do you say to that? >> we disagree. we are beth experienced sailors. we raised our daughters on a sailboat. we were very well prepared. we knew what we were doing. >> reporter: the kaufmans plan to sue their satellite phone carrier saying it cut off their only connect tugs land while they were stranded. they want to pay back taxpayers for the cost of the rescuers with any money they might win in court. >> reporter: why bring your kids on this trip? >> why? why wouldn't you?
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>> why go live your life? >> reporter: they have no regrets they say. the kaufmans, parents and children, hope to hit the high seas again soon. cecelia vega, abc news, san diego. >> reena, you had a segment on "nightline" about a family that lives on the sea. >> yeah, a family in the bahamas off the bahamas for 4 hours on their boat. they have toddlers and a newborn. you have young. 6-month-old twins. >> can't imagine any body doing that. >> crazy when you are a new parent. i thought they were crazy. when i spent time with them i understoo understood why they do this. why are you going to the middle east to raise your kids when you can live in america? >> would you do it? >> no, pass. not my thing. kudos to them for making it work. coming up call him the new comeback kid. after nearly a decade and a half of retirement, garth brooks is announcing a big return to the world of music with a new album and ambitious tour. >> ahead in the next half-hour,
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♪ if tomorrow never comes ♪ will she know >> well tomorrow has come. and it's here today for garth brooks. >> that's right after deciding a decade ago to retire and stay at home with his family the country music king is announcing a major come? back to the music scene. here's abc's linsey davis. ♪ >> reporter: the chart-topping country superstar of the 1990s, inducted into the songwriters' hall of fame, garth brooks brought us hits like "the dance."
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"much too young." ♪ i'm much too young to feel >> reporter: and "if tomorrow never comes." with nearly 70 million albums sold in the u.s. brooks is the best selling artist in the country since 1991, topping mariah carey, metallica and yes even the beatles. yet at 2001 at the height of his career brooks simply walked away retiring at just 39 years old saying he wanted to raise his three daughters. at 52, now a grandfather he is ready to make a comeback. >> scared. yeah. old. yes. my bigger hope is i don't regret this day. >> reporter: the country star announced his return. >> want to thank god and everybody that has given me the chance to actually look at a second half of a career. >> reporter: in the second half a new album and world tour he first hinted at last year on "good morning america." >> all of my babies are fine with it. now i get to do what i love to
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do, which is play music. >> reporter: and the former digital download holdout now says digital sales of his music will soon be available on his website. do you think we will be able to recapture past success? >> first of all, any bed can duplicate or come near the kind of numbers, garth brooks had. can he come back and be a real a list artist? >> the country hall of famer says the new album expected in stores in november is what we would traditionally think of as a double album. just because in his word he has a lot to say. linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> okay, i admit i am not a big country fan. but i look when he says about the comeback. he is scared, old and ready for something new. i admire his courage. not easy to do. >> i love his music. i like country music. i think it comes from the soul. yes, i do enjoy it. >> she was singing on the break. ♪ you have friend in places
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this morning on "world news now" -- facing justice. disturbing new details about the gunman accused of killing four children and their parents. the suspect appears before a judge today. >> get out. evacuations this morning as rapidly spreading forest fires put families at risk. difficult conditions in one state battling several wildfires at once. >> up in smoke. one man excited about recreational marijuana going on sale faces a major buzz kill from his employer. legal lessons for many as his career went to pot. >> and she is hired. the ink is dry on rosie o'donnell's deal to return to "the view." wait until you hear about the celebrity who cannot wait to be booked as a guest. that's in "the skinny" on this friday, july 11th.
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>> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good friday morning to you. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm ryan smith. oh, the legal story about the guy and marijuana. an interesting one you will want to see that. big lesson in that. >> something i hadn't thought of before until that moment. >> uh-huh. you got it. >> we are going to begin with the brutal attack on a family in texas four kids and their parents murdered in cold blood. >> ron haskell related to the victims by marriage is due in court today. he has the a history of domestic violence against his wife just last week accused of attacking his own mother. abc's susan saulny tells us how the rampage unfolded. >> reporter: in spring, texas, neighbors are struggling to cope in the aftermath of murderous mayhem. a shooting that left six people dead all in one family. >> white mail by the name of ron haskell. considered armed and dangerous. >> reporter: this man, ron lee
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haskell charged with capital murder. he is in custody held without bond for the deaths of the six family members found inside their home. >> i have not personally, in 40 years, seen a tragedy in one family this horrific. >> reporter: the chaos began after dinner time wednesday. court documents say haskell knocked on the door dressed as a parcel delivery man, demanding the whereabouts of his estranged wife. he forced his way inside and tied up several children until other family members arrived home. then he tied them up too. eventually shooting all of them execution-style. one survivor, 15-year-old cassidy, managed to call 911 despite being shot in the head. haskell fled. police began a chase. >> the car its yet to be stopped. >> reporter: finally cornering haskell after four miles in this cul-de-sac where he sat for two hours sandwiched between armored vehicles, snipers ready. haskell gave up around 10:00
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p.m., hand over his head. as for cassidy, a full recovery is expected. her grandparents issued this statement -- we are grateful for this miracle. we are in awe of her bravery and courage in calling 911. she is our hero. it's also come to light that haskell had a history of violence with some domestic violence charges filed against him in california just last week. reena, ryan. >> susan, thank you. some violent storms today, make for a busy utility and crews clean-up in virginia beach area. powerful wind brought down trees and power lines across the region. leaving more than 5,000 people in the dark. one man was driving when the wind picked up his car and dropped it next to a church which had its steeple blown off. heavy rain caused streets to be closed due to flooding. look at this -- it was like a tornado over the ocean. this water spot formed in the atlantic off the coast of cocoa beach, florida, last night. water spouts are whirling masses of air and water mist. if they move over on to land, the weather service, use a tornado warning. >> fire fighters in washington state facing difficult
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conditions as property owners have been ordered to evacuate. one fire burned 28 square miles in two days thanks to the hot and dry conditions. hundreds of firefighters are on the scene with four helicopters. dozens of homes are threatened. and some residents have been told to evacuate. others to be ready. >> his brother has prompt down there. there. and he moved as many vehicles out as the he can. and i'm going to, hook up a, my horse trailer and load my two babies that i got in. >> there are about half a dozen wildfires in central washington. and investigators say the fire may have been started by a homeowner burning garbage. open burning has been banned since july 1. here is a look at your weather. the summer monsoon arrives in the southwest. with scattered showers and thunderstorms continuing into the weekend. more severe storms are in the forecast for the corn belt up to the great lakes. scattered thunderstorms from florida and the gulf coast. >> only new england shows high temperatures below 80. the south will reach the upper 80s. the midwest, the 90s. portland will be the hot spot on
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the west coast. >> president obama says the u.s. is willing to negotiate a cease-fire between israel and hamas. the president spoke with the israeli prime minister netanyahu in show of support and urging both side to protect civilians and restore calm. so far, at least 85 people have died in gaza. many civilians. no deaths have been reported in israel. >> nearly a billion people are expected to watch at least some of sunday's world cup final between argentina/germany. as the match approaches there is plenty of talk about a controversial move by soccer's governing body to award the 2022 world cup to the persian gulf nation of qatar. abc's brian ross has the details. >> reporter: in a decision that has the now led to an investigation by the fbi, the 2022 world cup will incredibly be played in one of the hottest places on earth. in the arabian desert country of qatar. >> this is a typical day in qatar, 1:00 in the afternoon.
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and the temperature is just at 124 degrees. this is heat stroke weather. that's 40 degrees hotter than the brazil heat. that led officials in this year's world cup to declare a first of its kind water break in the middle of a match. >> the fact of the matter is it could be dangerous. >> reporter: soccer federation officials were warned about potentially dangerous heat and about what human rights group call medieval labor conditions for immigrant workers. >> seven, eight, nine, ten beds in this room, huh? >> reporter: but all that was ignored in the final vote which came down to qatar and the united states with its 18 potential host cities. >> the winner is -- qatar! >> reporter: not long after allegations surfaced some soccer federation members had been bribed to vote for qatar with a focus on this prominent billionaire businessman from qatar, mohamed bin hammam. >> no doubt about it he is going around using a secret slush fund paying futbol officials all over the place.
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>> reporter: a soccer federation vice president from the caribbean was accused of taking more than $1 million from him. bin hammam. both have been kicked out of the soccer federation over bribery allegations and both deny any wrongdoing. >> i am telling you again i did not give any cash gift to anybody. >> reporter: and so now qatar is proceeding with its plan to hold the world cup with what it says will be new technology to some how overcome the desert heat. officials in qatar say they won the vote fair and square. but while the soccer world awaits the result of an investigation, by the soccer federation and by the fbi, there are growing calls for a new vote on who should hold the world cup in 2022. brian ross, abc news, new york. three people near orlando florida are facing charges for illegally feeding bears. one photographed doing so in the same neighborhood where a woman was recently attacked by a bear. she suffered wounds that needed dozens of stitches to close. the woman attacked, claims the man among those charged has been
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feeding the bears for at least two years. >> a possible casualty of the new legal pot era in washington state. mike boyer camped out to become the first person, there he is there, to legally purchase recreational pot in spokane tuesday. he claims he lost two part time jobs because of it. he says his employers asked him to take a drug test after seeing him on tv. he was allegedly fired from both jobs, but does not regret it. >> very historic. the first time we have been able to buy it legally in washington. somebody had to be the first guy. i can say that i am that guy forever. history books go down me being that dude. >> one employer claims. boyer was never fired or asked to take a drug test. the other employer is looking the allegations. while he now has a claim to fame he also is out of two jobs. >> yeah. and he is proud that he was kind of kicked out because of smoking pot. he wants to land a job in the marijuana industry. >> he posted his list on
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craigslist and bragging about the pot purchase. i will say this to him, maybe cut down on the talk about buying pot. just saying. >> you are an attorney, what are you saying? can you -- restricts someone from taking drugs, and test for it, yes, you can do that. so we'll see what happens. i don't know if the employers had that policy. we will have to wait and see. >> i didn't think about that before. quite a shocker for some folks in santa fe, new mexico. can you believe this? they found a 20-foot python under the hood of the woman's car that had stalled. the guy who stopped to help the woman didn't want to touch it. a police officer had no problem picking it up. he sat with it on his lap for an interview. >> oh, my gosh, the brave reporter from our station out there, even held the 7-foot long female for a stand-up. police believe the snake is some one's pet likely crawled into the engine just to get warm. >> i have done crazy stand-ups in my life. but a python. would you do that? >> no. in no way. i would say, there is a snake. >> ah! [ screaming sound effect ]
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>> that's exactly how i sound when i do stand ups with snakes. >> is that right? that's the tape from your stand-up. >> ha-ha. >> coming up in "the skinny," who got snubbed at emmy nominations? what is martha stewart doing with a drone? >> first, one baby's first moments in life captured on camera at a hospital's front steps. it is a delivery you have to see to believe. you are watching "world news now." ♪ baby baby thought you would always be mine ♪ ♪ baby, baby ooh thought you would always be mine ♪ ♪ baby, baby ooh ♪ those are fond memories, but those things are amazing. once i saw what they did, i actually started to relax. don't touch my things. those little guys clean, brighten and fight stains. so now i can focus on more pressing matters.
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♪ baby baby baby ooh >> well, it was a baby who came ♪ baby baby baby ooh >> well, it was a baby who came into the world unlike any we have ever seen before. >> a texas father videotaped the moment his wife went into labor, recording every single second of her wild ride to the hospital. and her not quite making it to the delivery room. making this our "favorite story of the day." >> abc's linsey davis has a report that we caution you it is a bit difficult to watch. >> ow! >> reporter: child birth is often videotaped. >> ow! >> reporter: but not quite like this. >> oh. >> reporter: this go pro camera strapped to troy dickerson's head was intended to document the ride to the hospital with his pregnant wife kristin. but it captured so much more. >> we have to get me there now. >> i'm going. i'm going. >> i knew i wanted to get this birth on camera.
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i had no idea this would happen. >> reporter: almost two weeks past her due date with contractions fast and strong, kristin knew she didn't have much time before their baby arrived. >> i knew there was no way i was going to make it. i felt his head crowning. >> watch as troy high tails it to the hospital. >> his head is right -- >> reporter: they arrive at the hospital. but it's too late. >> get a doctor! right there, outside the hospital -- >> get a doctor out here now! >> a curbside delivery. >> i got him. i got him. i got him. he's perfect. he's perfect. >> as soon as the little bit of shock wore off in the beginning i just felt really relieved for him to be in my arms and be healthy and see his face. >> i love you. oh, baby. >> we've got that on video. ha-ha. >> linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> he has a response that any dad would have. when -- "i got that on video!" >> and the mother which is
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like -- "you got that on video? i'm in pain." >> i'm telling you. well the baby boy is truette. the couple has two other sons. >> is it crazy, but i would have loved to have had a labor that was just quick and baby got out of there. >> dropped -- >> that's what you would want? >> yes, i would. awe you know, my kids were always overcooked. i had to get pitocin and evict them. >> yeah, it's not easy. i tell you what -- talk about quick. that's a little interesting. >> that's fast. >> you said, hey what about the guy getting the go pro that quick. how was that? >> something you would do, i think, right. >> no. >> journalist. got a camera, ready to go, honey. >> no. >> well, coming up, who snubbed -- who got snubbed in the primetime emmy nominations? >> eye-popping christmas promo from a country music star that you might find a little creepy. coming up next on "the skinny." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. xt on "the skinny."
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♪ skinny so skinny >> time for "the skinny." topping this morning's headlines -- the primetime emmy nominations. >> i love it. leading this year's top entries, wildly popular and highly addictive "game of thrones" and "house of cards" helped netflix earn double nominations and "orange is the new black" and
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abc's "modern family" will go for its fifth comedy win. how about that? a record, by the way, currently held by frasier. >> i didn't know that. this year, a major emmy snub for cult favorite "orphan black." in that show, the lead actress plays several clones. >> i didn't know anything about the show. excited, i will get a new show. >> start tivoing this. >> love it. next, heard it here first. reports are confirmed. rosie is back. headed to abc. >> that's right. co-host the view, it's been seven years since she left the show. joining the only remaining mainstay so far, whoopi goldberg. >> of course, donald trump couldn't resist weighing in. reportedly calling abc's decision to hire rosie back a good one. he is also saying he expects. thank you very much. appreciate that. also expecting a call any day now with an invitation to return to the show and duke it out once again. >> i'd watch. i'd watch that. beginning to look a lot like
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christmas on the beach. >> it's christmas crazy and a bit creepy as leeann rimes, releases a video, promoting her upcoming christmas tour. the lyrics are downright corny. ♪ minnesota, chicago, illinois, manhattan, kansas, englewood, new jersey, poughkeepsie, new york ♪ >> poughkeepsie, new york is a rhyme, i guess, leeann rhymes. rimes, has become a reality star as "leeann and eddie" gears up for its big time premiere next thursday. an interesting video. >> uh-huh. >> i don't know. ♪ tarrytown, new york >> the city she is going to. >> she got it to rhyme. okay. >> finally, appropriate for any season -- martha stewart.
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>> the diva domesticity, broadened her security, with a drone video, giving us amazing bird eye views from her farm in bedford, new york. >> the shot showing her giant stone horse stable. >> a wide shot of the horse stable and surrounding paddocks. my gosh, looks like downton abby. >> it does. one of our favorites. straight ahead down in the flower garden. hopefully soon, martha, you will teach us how to care for our own drones. maybe show us how to make our own drones. >> drone cozy. a drone cozy. >> maybe borrow her drone to fly overhead abc and you guys could see what is going on during the day. >> that would be incredible. or fly over the set. how about that? >> do that. >> time to check out celebrity birthdays now -- check out scelebrity birthdays now -- >> happy birthday to one and >> happy birthday to one and
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all. >> coming up, a look at this week's biggest stories. >> bombed sharks and terror at an amusement park. all coming up in our "friday rewind." coming up next! i really wouldn't survive it without this scarf. it's like a little bit of home i can stuff in my bag. mmm. and i have tide plus febreze, which now gets it fresher for longer, so i can stay happy even when -- do you need a napkin? yeah. napkin! okay. oh! oh, my gosh. getting ripe in here, huh? whew! [ ding ] [ female announcer ] tide plus febreze. that's my tide plus. [ female announcer ] tide plus febreze. that's notthat's dirt r carpet, creeping in. send it running with resolve high traffic foam. its foam power removes three times more dirt than vacuuming alone. all while neutralizing pet odors. don't just vacuum clean . resolve clean.
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don't just vacuum clean . resolve clean. ♪ ♪ it's friday ♪ ♪ >> yes indeed it's friday. >> that can only mean one thing. our weekly quiz. so what do you think made it into our weekly "friday rewind?" any guesses? well here it is. >> we are moving forward as quickly as we can to take these children from incarceration on the border to compassionate care here in dallas county. >> what we would like congress to do is act with the same sense of urgency and make sure that this administration has all of the necessary resources to deal with the situation. >> i don't believe he particularly cares whether or not the border of the united states is secure. that's the reason there has been this lack of effort, this lack
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of focus, this lack of resources. >> what would you say to the israeli police officers if you could speak to them now? >> i would say why would you attack me like that? >> we cannot compromise with death. we cannot compromise with rockets. we cannot compromise with this sort of a behavior. and we shall stop it. >> i was staring at the shark eyeball to eyeball literally like right here. the most frightening thing, i could ever, anybody could ever experience. it's biting your chest and you are staring at it. >> it is a 43 angle to the right. and 45 degree angle down. the cars were dangling from the ride. it sounded like they were panicking. >> thank you for letting me within today. [ applause ] >> you're not imagining things, the final score line here is brazil 1, germany 7. >> translator: sorry, everybody. all of the brazilians. i just want to see my people
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making news in america this morning, texas tragedy. new details this morning about the man accused of killing four children and their parents. what surfaced about his alleged violent past. severe weather, flooding at an amusement park and strong winds tossing cars like toys. >> it was like a spin cycle. everything flying around. where the dangerous storms are heading today. what reckless -- the couple that sparked controversy after getting stuck at sea with their small children talks to abc news. >> why bring your kids on this trip? >> why -- i mean, why wouldn't you? >> what they say about taxpayer money used during their rescue. leap of faith. 140-foot jump with just a rope and a helmet.